Day 4 of Event #70: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed is set to be full of tension and drama as the final six return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino to battle under the lights of CBS Live Stream with a top prize worth $758,011 and a coveted gold bracelet up for grabs on this special Independence Day.
Portugal's Joao Vieira (7,635,000) leads the way for the second day in a row but has tough competition including, the UK's Jamie O'Connor (5,190,000), who has already secured his best live cash by making the official final table, and USA's Olivier Busquet (4,050,000), who can add to his already phenomenal $8.4m live earnings.
2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada (3,105,000) can claim his fifth gold bracelet and once again put his name among a very select few, while Day 1 chip leader Barry Hutter (1,265,000) has the chance to win his second bracelet four years after his first. Completing the line-up is Frenchman Pierre Calamusa (2,700,000), who has been among the chip leaders since the early action back in Day 1.
Day 4 Seat Draw
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Barry Hutter||United States||1,265,000||13|
|2||Olivier Busquet||United States||4,050,000||41|
|3||Jamie O'Connor||United Kingdom||5,190,000||52|
|6||Joe Cada||United States||3,105,000||31|
The action will continue in level 28 with blinds at 50,000-100,000-100,000 big blind ante. There are 26 minutes and 5 seconds left in the level. Each level will be 60-minutes with a 15-minute break at the end of every two levels.
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